Found June 25, 2013 on UM Hoops:
Mitch McGary measured in at the Nike Skills Academy in New Jersey yesterday at 6-foot-10 (with shoes) and 266 pounds (without shoes). McGary also measured with a 6-foot-11.5 wing span. Much was made of Mitch McGary’s weight during his breakout NCAA tournament (he lost 20 pounds during the season) and I think it’s safe to say that 266 pounds isn’t quite his ideal playing weight. Some other notable Michigan targets at the high school level also measured in. Kameron Chatman checked in at 6-foot-6.5 inches tall, 197 pounds with a 6-foot-9.5 inch wing span. 2015 prospects Elijah Thomas (6-foot-8, 270lbs, 7-foot-1 wing span) and Isaiah Briscoe (6-foot-3.5, 214 pounds, 6-foot-8.5 wing span) also measured in. Glenn Robinson III Instagrammed workout measurements which report his weight increased from 214 pounds to 223 pounds this spring while reducing his body fat. His no-step reach increased three inches from 11’2″ to 11’5″. That measure would rank 30th among draft eligible prospects this y...

Beilein: All 11 scholarship players could factor into rotation

Dustin Johnston Michigan’s NCAA tournament run that took it all the way to the national title game was obviously a huge positive for the program. It was terrific exposure and it legitimized Michigan, after a prolonged absence, as a member of college basketball’s elite once again. It also allowed high school basketball players to observe Michigan’s style of play — the smooth...

Former Michigan Guard Trey Burke’s Newest Tattoo (Photo)

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Notebook: Freshmen arrive, preferred walk-ons, schedule, other notes

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Trey Burke, Michigan and the pick-and-roll

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Report Card 2013: Trey Burke

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John Beilein outlines offseason development for returning players

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Q&A: Jalen Brunson "honored" by Michigan offer

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Draft Roundup: Updated mock drafts, stats and scouting

Dustin Johnston After two months of preparation, combines, flights, workouts and interviews, the 2013 NBA Draft is finally just days away. As Thursday night approaches, it becomes increasingly clear that it should be a very special night for not only Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr. but also Michigan head coach John Beilein. Beilein, who is expected to attend the draft with Trey Burke...
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